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major night of baskets and balls. a special thanks to those of you with us earlier for our game night special in prime time. you get extra credit. tonight game 5 of the nba finals. between the golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers. the warriors tonight were shorthanded. they were without draymond green who was suspended for what was the latest in a series of attacks on other players' testicles. here he is kicking steven adams of the oklahoma thunder during the last series, and this was on friday night the league called this unnecessary contact with the retaliatory swipe at the hand of the -- i don't know. they really know how to make it sound sexy. but two days after the game he was charged with the flagrant foul. which kind of seems wrong to me. i feel like there should be a statute of limitations, like you have to call the foul before the pain wears off. while the guy is rolling around on the ground holding himself the call must be made. and this is interesting. if you get suspended in the nba, you're not even allowed to be in the arena before or during the game.
so draymond tonight watched the basketball game from the baseball game. he reportedly watched it from a suite at the oakland a's game next door. what were they afraid he was going to do? storm the court and force his way into the -- i feel like we should have known this was going to happen. have people even seen the draymond green signature shoe? i mean, looking back it seems to obvious. throughout the nba finals our friend tracy morgan has been kind enough to share some of his personal favorite memories from finals past. tonight he's prepared to share again. here we join tracy as he turns the clock all the way back to the year 1970. ♪ >> one of my best nba finals ever was when willis reed walked out of the tunnel in 1970 after returning from his leg injury. i loved it because it reminded me of my uncle jerry. he got his leg bit by pit bulls in a dog fight.
now, i don't condone his behavior or dog fighting or nothing like that. let me just say this. that taught me a valuable lesson. you don't fight pit bulls if you happen to work in the butcher shop. because the pit bulls, they can smell the meat on you. and then they can't control themselves after that. anyway, he had no calf muscle after he got bit. so his leg looked like one of those old dudes, the pirate dude with the wooden leg. ar, ar, ar, ar. it was so funny. it was funny. he'll show it to you if you ever meet him. [ applause ] >> jimmy: quite a story. as a special bonus, we invited one of tracy's friends tonight to provide some finals recollections of his own. with that said it's time now for alec baldwin's nba finals memories. ♪ >> one of my best nba finals ever was when willis reed walked out of the tunnel in 1970 after
returning from his leg injury. i loved it because it reminded me of my uncle jerry. he got his leg bitten by pit bulls in a dog fight. let me just say this. that taught me a valuable lesson. you don't fight pit bulls if you happen to work in a butcher shop. you understand what i'm saying? anyway, he had no calf muscle after he got bit, so his leg looked like one of them old dudes, them pirate dudes, you know, with the wooden leg? ar, ar, ar. it was so funny. it was funny. he'll show it to you if you ever meet up with him. [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, alec. they have so much in common. they both have an uncle jerry. this should be interesting. tomorrow night in washington d.c., hillary clinton and bernie sanders are going to have a meeting. they're having a dinner at denny's at 5:00. [ laughter ] i would love to be at that meeting. don't fall for it, bernie, it's a trap. hillary's going to shove you in a van, tie you up and lock you
away in an assisted living facility. donald trump was in virginia this weekend where he continued to try to convince bernie to stay in the race. here is donald trump slowed down to half speed for comic effect. [ slow speed ] >> bernie. bernie! bernie, where are you, bernie? oh, we love bernie. bernie's okay. [ normal speed ] ♪ >> jimmy: i only want to hear him speaking like that from now on. you probably know donald trump is keen on suing people. according to "usa today" he's been involved in at least 3,500 lawsuits so far in his life. that's a lot. most people sue or get sued once, maybe three times in their lives. by the way, when i'm vice president, i will propose a lifetime cap. you'll get five lawsuits and that's it, so choose wisely. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you know?
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: i'm glad that went your way, guillermo. i really am. this week is the biggest week for major sports titles of the year. last night the pittsburgh penguins beat the san jose sharks to win the stanley cup. and i can see we've got a lot of fans of hockey here. [ laughter ] see, that's the thing. it's interesting to see how many people outside of like pittsburgh and san jose are paying attention to hockey. our beloved hockey team here in l.a., the kings were eliminated by san jose in the first round of the playoffs, which was like two months ago. the series go on forever. we decided to have fun with that. this afternoon we went out on the street and asked people who claim to be l.a. kings fans if they were excited that the kings won the stanley cup, which of course they didn't. but that didn't stop these fans from celebrating anyway in tonight's "stanley cup finals edition" of "lie witness news." >> we're out talking about the very exciting victory by the l.a. kings last night taking home the stanley cup again. who's excited? >> excited?
well, i think i'm very excited. i'm sure the rest of my family is because we're large -- we're huge stanley -- we're huge hockey fans. >> did you watch the game together last night? >> we couldn't, but we listened to it on the radio. >> what were you guys doing? you're listening on the radio, you're hearing the play by play, you're getting excited. what's going on? >> well, it's kind of hard to describe because there's so many things going on at the same time. but what i can tell you from one word is just pandemonium. >> when the victory happened last night, people were out in the streets, victory celebrations exploded. >> it was crazy out here, man. i went down to b dubs. i seen a lot of it at b dubs. -2 was pretty tight. >> my favorite player is jonathan quick. whoo-hoo. >> go kings! >> congratulations to the kings for bringing home the stanley cup 2016. >> i can't wait to touch the stanley cup that you guys won. >> go kings, 2016 stanley cup victors.
>> you're a big hockey fan? >> oh, yes. >> you watch every game? >> season tickets. >> everyone's very excited here in l.a. about the stanley cup victory by the l.a. kings last night. you catch any of the game? >> they didn't play. >> okay. well, you're smarter than a lot of other people out here today. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we'll break him eventually. don't worry. are you familiar with kids bop? you know what that is? that album. [ applause ] really? you're clapping for that? anyway, well, we put together a new kidz bop album with help from some famous hip-hop artists like this. >> here go my song "today was a good day." kidz bop style, bitch. ♪ it runs so deep, so deep ♪ ♪ so deep >> jimmy: you get the idea. when we come back the music of nwa, lil' john, ty dolla sign,
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music from fitz and the tantrums is on the way. first some tech news for those of you into this sort of thing. apple unveiled a few things today at their annual worldwide developers conference. apple called developers together to unveil their latest software upgrades and to reminds everyone that they still make a watch. [ laughter ] they showed off a new operating system for the iphone and ipad. they showed off some improvements for apple tv and new upgrades for siri.
now siri will be available on your computer and i think on your watch too. apple and many countries are very focused on getting us to talk to our phones and computers and watches. and they don't realize the reason we use these things in the first place is because we don't want to talk to anybody. [ laughter ] i want a phone that keeps quiet i want a phone that doesn't even turn on. tonight was game five of the nba finals. because i am fortunate enough to host a television show, i had to chance to sit down with two young superstars from each team. and it was interesting to be able to get inside these guys' heads a little. this is part two of my exclusive two-part interview with steph curry and lebron james. ♪ >> jimmy: do you think the cavaliers are more motivated than your team seeing as how you beat them last finals? >> uh. >> jimmy: your team is healthy this year. how do you feel about this?
lebron? are you pooping? lebron is pooping. >> jimmy: this is steph's pregame ritual. he passes the ball to one of his teammates over and over again. it's unorthodox, but obviously, it works. >> jimmy: just -- yeah. just speak right into that. yeah. right. yeah. just -- yeah. >> jimmy: steph, some have called you the jiggliest player in the nba right now. do you think that's true? huh? yes? are you going to eat this microphone? >> [ baby babbling ]. >> jimmy: right. you know, on the court it seems lebron is much bigger than steph, but when you're holding them, steph is quite a bit heavier. no offense. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so while we're on the
subject of kids, i have a baby daughter. she's almost 2 years old. and i'm always looking for things we might have in common. music is one of them. and don't get me wrong. i love the song the wheels on the bus go round and round. i really do. but after the 40th time in a row i'm anxious for some variety. so i took matters into my own hands and teamed up with ice cube and friends to produce this great new album of kid-friendly hip-hop songs we can all enjoy. >> what up, [ bleep ]. it's your boy ice cube. check this out. i've been seeing kidz bop for years. then it got me to thinking, why can't we do a kidz bop with hip-hop? i got some of my hardest rapping homies and we took out all the [ bleep ], bitches, hos and booty licking. that way all the little homies can finally enjoy my songs. here's the song "today was a good day" kidz bop style, bitch. ♪ and the snow runs deep
♪ so deep ♪ my foot's asleep ♪ i didn't have to have a school day ♪ ♪ i got to say today was a snow day ♪ >> what? it's lil jon! okay! if you thought these kids couldn't sanitize "get low," then you were wrong, [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. ♪ on the playground, with the ball ♪ ♪ let's all play tether ball ♪ smack smack smack smack that ball ♪ >> hey, what up? it's ty dolla sign. if you heard my song "paranoid" you'll love it even more without all that naught will i language. ♪ i see all the bubbles in the tub ♪ ♪ got to hide from my mother ♪ i think my mommy's trying to scrub me up ♪ ♪ baby, i'm a dirty boy >> these [ bleep ] got flow and they also got well-coreographied
dance moves. that's why i had to get them to do the cover of your boy asap rocky's single [ bleep ] problems. ♪ that's my trucking problem ♪ if you find some dirt and rocks, that's the problem ♪ ♪ maybe can i solve it >> it's big sean. i always thought kids needed their own version of i don't [ bleep ] with you. now they have one. ♪ i can't tie my shoes ♪ there's a million trillion things i'd rather learn to do ♪ ♪ no, i can't tie my shoes ♪ i can't tie 'em, i can't tie 'em, nope ♪ >> prove what i've always said. you can do the heat without all the cusses, which is why i also had these little angels cover our nwa classic [ bleep ] the police. ♪ hug the police ♪ hug, hug, hug the police ♪ hug the police ♪ come on ♪ hug the police
♪ let's give them all a hug >> kidz bop hip-hop features the mother hugging songs for mother hugging 19.99. call today mother hugger. >> okay! >> jimmy: thanks to all of them. lil jon and ty dolla sign. asap rocky and big sean. tonight on the show music from fitz and the tantrums. from "unreal" constance zimmer is here, and we'll be right back with kevin hart. since the beginning of time, there never seemed to be enough of it. people try to beat time. ahhhhh! but time always wins. our greatest fear is running out of time. there's a bomb in the salsa can! we gotta get out of here! my phone is still charging! so if time is the most valuable thing there is, why would you waste more than you have to charging your phone? ahhhhhhhh! the galaxy s7 edge, with fast wireless charging, and our longest lasting battery.
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>> i'm a man. [ laughter ] yes. yes i have. i'm very much into it right now. >> jimmy: where have you been? have you been out of the country? >> i've been everywhere. jimmy. i'm what you call a renaissance man. i do it all. >> jimmy: that's what i've always said about you. who are you rooting for? which team? >> here's the thing. i like greatness. right now you're in a situation where you have two different scenarios. lebron james is, quote unquote, the best player in the nba today. it's arguable but it's the truth. this guy has been there six times. i would love to see something happen within the six times but on the other hand, you have steph. steph right now is having an amazing season. i love the fact that he made history. his team made history. had a unanimous vote for mvp. and now he's got a chance to cap it off with a back-to-back championship. it hasn't been done. so to say that i witnessed history and i saw it, that's a big deal. i want to see it. but it can happen on both sides -- >> jimmy: but who are you rooting for? >> i'm trying to be politically correct and avoid that part. >> jimmy: you run into them all the time, right? who's your all time favorite basketball player?
>> michael jordan. >> jimmy: along the way you've run into michael jordan? >> i've ran into mike a couple times. mike still might be mad at me. true story. >> jimmy: why? >> listen, i pissed mike off. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> he had an event. mike had a charity event in las vegas. they called me. they wanted me to host the event. i get there to host the event and it's something where they're like auctioning things and -- it's a real tight crowd. >> jimmy: rich people. >> very boujy. everybody's neck was really straight. so i get up there and i'm like man, loosen up, relax. have a good time. as i'm saying stuff, i lock eyes with mike. he's in the front row, and i start teasing him. i was like, man, what age do you get to where it's okay to wear your pants that high and nobody addresses it? i was like -- i said nobody -- y'all telling me i'm the only one who thinks mike is past the legal limit for waists? it was fun jokes.
he had like the little square mustache at the time. i was like what is that? i said it looks like a thumbprint, like you just smelled something. and like nobody's laughing. it got to the point where nobody was laughing. >> jimmy: really? >> he's looking like straight -- he's actually giving me a look like you're going to keep on going? like you ain't going to stop? i don't care. i'm having a good time. i was laughing. i may or may not have been drunk at the time. [ laughter ] so i remember i hit him with like one more. and nobody said nothing. so i'm like whatever. it gets over and i see him. i'm like what up, mike? hey. he shook my hand and squeezed it real hard and was like "you have a good day." >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. i ain't seen him since. >> jimmy: oh, no, wow. >> he's still my favorite player, though. if i see him again, i'll ask him about it. i'm like, you better lose the tude, man. lose the tude, man. >> jimmy: it seems like when a guy has a hitler mustache, his friends should intervene.
>> i'm big on telling people things that make me uncomfortable. if there's something you're doing or something about your appearance that makes me uncomfortable, i'm going to address it. mike's pants made me uncomfortable. they were like right here. it was like a dress pant. it wasn't a jean. it was like a slack. who wears a slack right here? >> jimmy: michael jordan. that's who. >> technically he can do it. if anybody can do it, mike can. >> jimmy: for those who don't know, you're engaged. how long have you been engaged? [ applause ] >> thank you. sorry, ladies. it is almost over, ladies. it's over. i've been engaged for two years. about to get married. >> jimmy: you are? i was wondering about that. it seemed like you've been engaged the last 11 times i saw you. >> i have. i didn't know her yet. you've got to figure it out. >> jimmy: first get engaged. >> you draw it out as long as you can. >> jimmy: are you involved in the planning of the wedding? >> in the beginning i didn't
want to be. i made a very strong point saying do not involve me with any of it. i just want to make you happy. i want to pay for it, but i don't want the questions. i don't want to go back and forth. and then i wound up getting involved, and now i'm worse than her. [ laughter ] once you in, you in. i'm like i don't know if i like those flowers. let me see another one. i don't know if i like that dressing. let me taste it. let me see that napkin. no, that doesn't feel right. let me see another one. you get in. once you really get involved, you get involved. >> jimmy: how many people are you inviting to the wedding? >> we don't want it too crazy. right now we're at 175. >> jimmy: will it stay there? will it end there? >> at max 200. it's all her people. none of my people. my people didn't know i was getting married until i said it on this show. i'll have to explain this in the morning. >> jimmy: you're in a lot of trouble. so you didn't really invite your whole family. >> no. >> jimmy: why? >> i want it to be small.
i don't want it something grandiose. >> jimmy: when they say you got her aunt and uncle -- >> it's for her. >> jimmy: it's for her? >> yeah. you go, do that. >> jimmy: but you picked out the napkins. >> that will piss me off if i see it on the floor. it's a good napkin. i can't remember the pronunciation of the cloth. it's expensive. if i see people wipe their mouth or something and not appreciate, it it's really going to piss me off. i'm making eye contact. you see why i picked that, don't you? yeah. it was the best one they had. >> jimmy: who's your best man? >> my son. >> jimmy: oh, your son. >> my son is my best man. >> jimmy: how old is your son? >> my son is 8 years old. >> jimmy: he's 8 years old. that's going to be the worst bachelor party ever. >> i got nothing going on. >> jimmy: a bounce house. >> i just wanted to include my son and my daughter, because those are the closest people to me. this is a big day. i want them to remember this
day, but i think it shows my level of love. you know, you guys are going to walk me down the aisle. son, you're acting as my best man. >> jimmy: is he going to give a toast? >> if he wants to. he can say what he want. i'm riding it out. i'm going to be honest with you, man. it's not -- i don't have a lot of rules. i don't like -- i don't want the wedding to be too formal to where you can't have a good time. i want the ceremony to be tops seven minutes. nobody want to hear that all day. i hate going to people's weddings. you hear this and then the grandma gets up. >> jimmy: is this your way of getting out of writing your vows? >> yes. >> jimmy: kevin hart is here. his movie is called "central intelligence." we'll be right back. hing there . since the beginning of time, there never seemed to be enough of it. people try to beat time. ahhhhh! but time always wins. our greatest fear is running out of time. there's a bomb in the salsa can!
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listen to me. listen. stop. stop! i need to know what is happening right now. >> okay, okay. you know what? moving too fast. bottom line, are you in or are you out? >> what are you talking about? in or out of what? >> mm-mm. no time for questions. just action. in or out? >> then i'm out. >> i'm sorry, jet. actually, you're already in. >> then why would you ask me? >> because i thought you would go i'm in, bob, and we would have a cool moment, but you kind of ruined the whole thing. >> that's kevin hart and dwayne johnson in "central
intelligence." it opens on friday. boy, that's a funny movie. and you guys are very funny together. >> you know what, man? he's good. >> jimmy: he's really funny. >> he's really good. >> jimmy: it's annoying how funny he is. >> it really is. that and his teeth. i don't like either one of them. the rock has some of the perfect teeth i've ever seen in my life. >> jimmy: he does have beautiful teeth. >> it bugs me. >> jimmy: he's supposed to be a fighter. >> you understand my frustration. all these years of wrestling, nobody messed up your teeth one time? he's like nope. and he's always smiling. but it's really good. the chemistry we have is unreal. >> jimmy: did the chemistry transfer from the screen? like will dwayne be at your wedding? >> 100%, no. >> jimmy: no? why? >> because he's too big. all our people are small compact people. he wouldn't fit in with the size. he'll throw everything off. the balance of the room will be off. >> jimmy: the movie comes out friday. father's day weekend. your children have a plan to celebrate you? is there something -- >> every year my kids make a big
deal over father's day and get me the same b.s. gift. i don't get excited. it will be something stupid like a sock with paint on it. i have to put it on. oh, man, y'all did it again. no, you didn't. i wish i could say this is a stupid gift. you know how many times i want to say that? my daughter brought me a wallet that folded eight times. i was like sweetie, i can't put this in my pocket. she's like yes, you can. no, i can't. i argue with my daughter about the use of a wallet that wasn't a wallet. i don't care. 6 much i'm just going to not wake up in the morning and wait for them to get up all excited and then do something to scare them. i'm just going to piss them off because they piss me off. unless they actually get a good gift. >> jimmy: what would be a good gift? what could anyone buy you? you probably have everything. >> that's the thing. i don't want you to buy something. i want you to be creative and
make something that's going to last. i'd love for my kids to make a nice little collage and put some creativity into it. you know why they can't? they have something called an ipad. it takes away creativity. >> jimmy: that's right. they don't play with macaroni anymore. >> i'm my son. talk to me. >> jimmy: hey, kevin, would you like to be my best man? >> nah, nah, nah -- >> jimmy: you could hold up a juice box for everyone. >> dad, i died. i got to start over again. >> jimmy: it's crazy. do you let them when you go out to dinner and stuff? do you go the hell with it -- >> no, we're a big talking family. at dinner time, everything gets shut down. we have to communicate. but they have their time where they can be on the ipad. my rule is this -- you do what you're supposed to do in school, you bring home the grades you're supposed to bring home, i have no problem with letting you do what you want to do. it's when you stop doing what you're supposed to that i have a problem. i'm not too strict on it if they do what they're supposed to do.
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>> jimmy: hi, everyone. still to come music from fitz and the tantrums. our next guest plays the diabolical producer of a fictional reality dating show that's based on "the bachelor" which is another fictional reality dating show. it's called "unreal." it airs mondays at 10:00 on lifetime. please say hello to constance zimmer. [ applause ] ♪ >> wow. >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: i know you're friendly. i've run into you before. but on the show you're one of the worst people in the world. is that fair to say? >> well, maybe. >> jimmy: your character. >> my character, yes. but it's good. it works well. when people walk up to me and i don't want to talk to them, i can just kind of pretend that i am that mean in real life. >> jimmy: that's nice.
that's a nice option to have. >> it is. even though i never use it. >> jimmy: is it fun to be mean like that in real life? >> you mean on the show? >> jimmy: on the show, yes, i should say that. >> it is. i mean, obviously because i do feel like i could go and be quinn and not think at all about how much is she like me? is she quirky? is she funny? no. she's not anything like me. so i can really dive into it. i come one things that i don't even know where they come from. they come from that weird actor space. sorry. it's like weird actor speak. where you become the character and she takes over. >> jimmy: interesting. we lost everyone. i mean -- >> i know. >> jimmy: speaking of taking over. there's a woman here who kicked her husband out of their bedroom. >> i saw that. [ applause ] >> jimmy: because he snores too much. >> that's right. >> jimmy: his snoring. >> well, look, women are taking
back their kingdoms. >> jimmy: i guess so. that's one way of looking at it. anyway, this show is based as i mentioned, on "the bachelor." how strongly do you feel like it is based on "the bachelor"? i watch and go this is pure lunacy that this is happening here. >> well, it is because one of the creators of our show worked on that show for over nine seasons. so for us, it's really about which of it is real and which of it is not real. >> jimmy: do you know which of it is real and not? >> no. we just choose to believe that it's all real so to the audience everything we're doing is real and has happened. we just have to commit to it. >> jimmy: do you ever run into the current producers of "the bachelor" and what's their reaction to your show? >> they love it. >> jimmy: oh, they do? >> yes. i actually just had -- my daughter is in basketball right now. she's 8. so she's not really into basketball. but they were -- one of the parents who works in reality
television came up to me and he said, you realize that your show should be called "real." and i said, no, no, no, no, it's an exaggerated version of the truth. come on. let's be honest. we're a little crazy on the show. he said no, no, no, the real people are worse. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> so i was like, i'm sorry? >> jimmy: i want to ask you about something that you posted on instagram, and this is -- well, tell us what's happening in this photograph. this is your mom, and -- >> this is my mom. >> jimmy: and dad? >> that is a life-size michael jackson doll. >> jimmy: and this is from your childhood bedroom? >> yes. i was given this doll on my -- on my 16th birthday. my mother drove him up. in a limousine with my stepfather dressed as a chauffeur. >> jimmy: why?
>> and i had to take -- because in his other hand, the one that wasn't the glove -- i was a huge michael jackson fan. let me just say that. so my mom had this doll made. and in one hand were two tickets to go see michael jackson in concert. and the other hand, the glove hand, was out the window. and she made me drive around the block with this doll. and i lived in newport beach. so let's just talk about it was incredibly uncomfortable. and also the windows were not tinted in this limo. i mean, it was all access. and then it lived in my bedroom for two years. >> jimmy: how long? this would be in your room? you'd have the lights off and then you'd walk in your bedroom and this would be sitting in the corner? >> it was very awkward when boyfriends came over. that's for sure. and everybody always put the hand on the crotch, because that was always -- >> jimmy: that's what michael did. yeah. what became of this figure?
>> my mother kept it. and just recently sold it at a garage sale. >> jimmy: somebody bought this? >> i think she sold it for, like, a dollar. it was missing a shoe. it didn't have a sock. the face was starting to deteriorate. >> jimmy: did you ever meet michael jackson? >> i did not, but i was an extra -- this is as close as i got to him. i was an extra in the pepsi commercial when his hair caught on fire. >> jimmy: yes. were you the one that did that to him? >> it was a devastating -- yeah. >> jimmy: did you actually see his hair going -- >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: you did? >> oh, yes. we were shooting a commercial, and we were the fans in the audience. >> jimmy: right. >> i mean, he came out and the fireworks went off and one of them got attached to his hair with all the hair product and it just -- poof. i mean, it went up and it was like everybody jumped on him and blankets and -- i mean, tears. i thought he was dead. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> i thought that was it. i was at his funeral. it was incredible.
>> jimmy: you really -- you went to the funeral and everything? did you say i'll be right back, i've got a michael at my house? wow, the whole thing, the funeral and all? >> yeah. i really thought he was dead. >> jimmy: he wasn't dead. he turned out to be fine. this michael jackson, this one was dead in your room, but the other one was alive. >> that's what's sad. and honestly, i think just got rid of it five years ago. it's not like it was like 15 years ago. >> jimmy: she probably put a lot of work into it. it's not something you just throw in the garbage. >> that's what i think about. now being a mom, when you spend a lot of money on something for your children, you feel like you have to hold on to it. you paid a lot of money. >> jimmy: what crazy object are you holding onto at your house? is there something you have in mind? >> maybe. >> jimmy: something your children don't want but you have? >> yes. and i've tucked it away in a drawer. >> jimmy: you have? >> i have.
>> jimmy: are you at liberty to say what it is? >> i'm not quite sure. >> jimmy: what could it be? >> it's something that can fit in a drawer. >> jimmy: is this like a sex thing we're talking about? >> god, i hope not. >> jimmy: is it his glove? >> it's the glove. i kept the glove. that's right. i feel like she will appreciate it at some point. >> jimmy: well, congratulations, by the way, on your peabody award. that's a great thing. the show, if you you haven't seen it -- if you love "the bachelor," this is the show for you. it's called "unreal." you can watch it monday nights at 10:00 on lifetime. constance zimmer, everyone. we'll be right back with fitz and tantrums. ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung.
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♪ ♪ turn it up ♪ somebody save your soul cause you've been sinning in this city i know too many troubles ♪ ♪ all these lovers got you losing control you're like a drug to me a luxury my sugar and gold ♪ ♪ i want the good life every good night you're a hard one to hold cause you don't even know ♪ ♪ i can make your hands clap said i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ somebody save your soul cause you've been sinning in this city i know too many troubles ♪ ♪ all these lovers got you losing control you're like a drug to me a luxury my sugar and gold ♪ ♪ i want your sex and your affection when they're holdin' you close ♪ ♪ cause you don't even know i can make your hands clap said i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ every night when the stars
come out am i the only living soul around need to believe you could hold me down ♪ ♪ cause i'm in need of somethin' good right now we could be screamin till the sun comes out ♪ ♪ and when we wake we'd be the only sound i get on my knees and say a prayer james brown ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ my flesh is searching for your worst and best ♪ ♪ don't ever deny i'm like a stranger gimme me danger all your wrongs ♪ ♪ and your rights secrets on broadway to the freeway you're a keeper of crimes ♪ ♪ fear no conviction grapes of wrath can only sweeten your wine but you don't even know ♪ ♪ i can make your hands clap
said i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ every night when the stars come out am i the only living soul around ♪ ♪ need to believe you could hold me down 'cause i'm in need of somethin' good right now ♪ ♪ we could be screamin till the sun comes out and when we wake we'd be the only sound ♪ ♪ i get on my knees and say a prayer james brown that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap so can i get a hand clap ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ i can make your hands clap
tonight, a special edition of "nightline." lethal force. >> breaking news tonight. police officers come under fire at a dallas protest rally. there are fatalities. the rally in response to two deadly police shootings in two days. >> we're waiting for -- i will, sir. no worries. i will. >> the aftermath of the shooting in minneapolis live streamed. >> you shot four bullets into him, sir. he was just getting his license and registration, sir. >> the altercation in louisiana caught on camera. new details on the confrontation in baton rouge. in st. paul the city reels from a traffic stop gone terribly wrong. a nation on edge tonight with renewed questions about police tactics and excessive force. this is a special edition of